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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Bellarmine stays atop the NABC/Division II men’s basketball rankings for the third consecutive week after winning its only game last week, while Findlay and West Liberty also won to keep a hold on the second and third spots.

Alabama-Huntsville picked up a pair of impressive road wins at Arkansas Tech and Harding to move up to No. 4, while Augusta State also won twice on the road to reach the top five for the first time this season.

Minnesota State, which bumped off then-No. 7 Winona State last weekend, moved up six spots to No. 16. The victory was the 200th for Mavericks head coach Matt Margenthaler.

This is the final poll for the 2010 calendar year. The rankings will resume on Jan. 4.

                                                                                                                                                      

NABC / Division II Coaches' Poll
Rank School Record Votes
1 Bellarmine, Ky. (7) 8-0 199
2 Findlay, Ohio 10-0 189
3 West Liberty, W.Va. (1) 9-0 188
4 Alabama-Huntsville 11-1 170
5 Augusta State, Ga. 9-0 165
6 Fort Hays State, Kan. 10-1 158
7 Hillsdale, Mich. 11-0 152
8 Grand Valley State, Mich. 9-1 138
9 Montevallo, Ala. 7-1 130
10 Kentucky Wesleyan 7-1 117
11 Central Washington 9-1 112
12 Southern Indiana 7-1 96
13 South Carolina Aiken 7-2 87
14 Incarnate Word, Texas 10-0 86
15 Cal State-Dominguez Hills 7-1 76
16 Minnesota State 9-1 74
17 Lincoln Memorial, Tenn. 9-0 72
18 Indiana, Pa. 6-2 71
19 Missouri Southern 9-0 62
20 Winona State, Minn. 7-2 52
21 Midwestern State, Texas 7-1 44
22 Central Oklahoma 10-2 32
23 Christian Brothers, Tenn. 10-2 28
24 Bentley, Mass. 8-2 17
  Eckerd, Fla. 10-1 17

Others receiving votes: Merrimack (Mass.) 12, Saint Anselm (N.H.) 10, Clarion (Pa.) 8, Shaw (N.C.) 6, Tampa (Fla.) 6, West Texas A&M 5, Colorado School of Mines 4, Drury (Mo.) 4, Rollins (Fla.) 3, Valdosta State (Ga.) 3, Cal Poly Pomona 2, Harding (Ark.) 2, Northern Kentucky 2, American International (Mass.) 1.

Dropped out: Cal Poly Pomona (15), Bowie State (20), Virginia Union (23).